Ranking top 10 sleepers for Baltimore Ravens heading into 2023 NFL Draft

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Tyrique Stevenson, Baltimore Ravens
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7. Tyrique Stevenson, Miami CB

As we have highlighted, if the Ravens do not go with a cornerback in the first round, they have to look at options in the third round. One of those names have be Tyrique Stevenson from Miami. Stevenson is interesting because he profiles as a versatile cornerback. He played in the slot at Georgia, then transferred to Miami to get work outside. Now, he can play both, and some think he would be a safety due to his build if things went bad.

For, now, he is a bit raw, but he plays physically and will get his chances at cornerback. This is a great fit for the Baltimore Ravens who have a need outside and in the slot. They also have multiple cornerbacks who could play safety, outside, or in the slot depending on the scheme's need. In that case, he would fit right in.

The Baltimore Ravens brought Stevenson in for a visit, and he may be high on their radar. Mocks have him going around the 86th pick, so this will be another question of if he falls to them or not.